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How much on average would one visitor make me? Who fills the forms out

Discussion in 'CPA' started by hellomotow, Oct 3, 2009.

  1. hellomotow

    hellomotow BANNED BANNED

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    Hey,

    Im thinking of starting to do CPA and my question is, on average how much would one person make if they filled out their details?

    And how many people out of 100 would fill the details out? (aslong as its targeted traffic ofcourse not just "Come to my website") as i've never filled one out before and have only just really learnt about them.


    Thanks :)
     
  2. DannyDeepPockets

    DannyDeepPockets Junior Member

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    There are tons of different offers with different rates. It depends on how much each company is offering to pay.
     
  3. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    If you're looking at an e-mail submit probably nothing because of the shaving, most networks will drop off quite a few of your leads. If you're looking at a 4-6 field biz opp then you could make $3-$5 a pop. The conversion rates all depend on how targeted the traffic is. Just throwing a CPA ad on your site you'll be lucky to get 1% of your visitors filling it out.
     
  4. mattjay

    mattjay Junior Member

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    if you create a campaign around different education lead offers, these pay exceptionally well but i haven't got them to convert great. I have a few different methods i use including wp and squidoo lens that gives a ton of info on colleges, financial aid, scholarships, dorms, etc. Then a bunch of "click here" links with different players in the edu scene. the general ones pay the best it seems, as the targeted ones usually don't. example monster learning, if you can find it, pays in the 30s, but itt technical institue generally pays in the teens to low twenties.
    agree with post about lead shavings on email submits. i have tested this and found every network i'm in shaves all of my leads. oh well. nothing to be done about it i suppose. I mean i could call the am and tell them i had people fill out the offer to test for conversion, but then would probably get banned :D i have found some of these general edu form submits to pay as high as $55 each, but that one converts less than 1%; whereas the $2 email submits i run convert around 5%.
     
  5. Migladon

    Migladon Regular Member

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    1-5 dollars generally depending on the campaign
     
  6. Alex Brooks

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    Totally depends on what the offer is, you can get paid $0.25-$2.50 for a simple e-mail submit, a single visitor, when you start promoting, most networks show you, your EPC, which is more or less, how much your earning per visitor at the moment. If your going to target first page sign ups, then you can easily get at least $1.60 per submit, if your going to target long surveys, you can $3.00 per submit.